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February 11, 2022

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Today in Civitavecchia the first of the three days of strike of Port Mobility workers

Protest over the 26 redundancies declared by the company

Today is the first of the three days of strike of the workers of Port Mobility, the company that operates services of general interest in the ports of Civitavecchia, Fiumicino and Gaeta in particular at the service of passenger ships. "Today - explained Filt Cgil Roma e Lazio, Fit Cisl Lazio, UilTrasporti Lazio and Ugl Mare e Porti illustrating the reasons of the protest - it is the first of the three days of strike of the Port Mobility workers we have called, from 2 pm at 10 pm, also for 15 and 18 February. We will protest relentlessly against the unilateral decision of the company that has declared 26 employees redundant without examining in any way alternative solutions such as the use of social safety nets. It is inadmissible - the organizations stressed trade unions - that it is the workers and their families who have to pay the full price of short-sighted choices."

"We are well aware - the unions have specified - of the difficulty that is going through the port of Civitavecchia in cause of the pandemic, but this is not a good reason for resort to dismissals without prior comparison, which we have also requested it. Port Mobility activities may soon see a revival, and remember that society it also resorts to additional staff during the summer season. It would be really serious to throw dozens of families into despair without evaluating the general picture, and the possibility of recourse to social safety nets: given the crisis that is crossing the port and the very high unemployment rate, especially youth, which characterizes the territory of Civitavecchia, the possibilities of relocation are unfortunately scarce".

"For our part - they specified Filt Cgil Roma and Lazio, Fit Cisl Lazio, UilTrasporti Lazio and Ugl Mare e Porti - not we intend to surrender: we will remain at the side of the workers until it is clear that they cannot be downloaded simplistically the difficulties on the ring more weak supply chain".

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